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Brand New Day

I was listening to that kick butt Stevie Wonder harmonica in Sting’s Brand New Day and I felt so inspired. So lucky to have heard this piece of music, these talented artists play it even just once in my life. And in the same moment, I recognize that I don’t even give myself credit for so much of the creating I do. Like a creative somnambulist, I make and then I sleep walk away from ever seeing the measure and quality of what I make.

I do know it makes me happy to make. And that has been enough. Until now. And my hope is that, as my friends and readers bring to my attention the inspiration I provide which they feel and I completely ignore, I will see more me. And you will begin to see you. That’s my purpose. To do this not just for me but for you and all the other people who’ve been ignoring themselves for so long.

Do that one little thing you’ve thought you should do.

Do it, send it, say it, commit to it, walk it, write it, comment on it.

People will thank you.

Yes, they’ll thank you for asking, commenting, and participating. But more importantly, it’s you hearing you, knowing you, recognizing you did that for you. Hearing your whisper of commitment. And letting that be the first stepping stone to do it again. You are the person who needs to hear your whisper. And anyone who matters will hear it too.

“Turn the clock to zero, boss
The river’s wide, we’ll swim across
We’re starting up a brand new day”

From Sting’s Brand New Day

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3 Responses to “Brand New Day”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Perfect for a Monday morning!

  2. Amy Reese says:

    The little things that people do can make such a huge difference in someone’s day. Here’s to a wonderful day. Your post made me smile, Shalagh. How’s your summer going?

    • Shalagh says:

      So so very glad that you came by. Summer is some fun and some rough spots. Because nothing changes for the husband’s schedule but it all changes for me. All kids all the time. I need a vacation. In fact I’m going to write a warning post for myself for next year and schedule it to remind myself that the chaos is coming and prepare. How about you Amy? Have you had any downtime?

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